Academic Requirements/Summer School Information
MILLIKEN MIDDLE SCHOOL
SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAM
Instruction will be presented through E2020 on line learning program. Students will be required to attend either mathematic, reading/language arts, science or social studies classes based upon the classes they failed during the school year. The courses are self directed and self paced Students must complete 3 hours of orientation, 24 hours of on-line instruction and pass all assessments with a 65% or higher to receive credit for the course.
Students will be admitted to Summer School on a priority basis as follows:
1. MMS students who have previously failed 5 semesters of required academic courses.
2. MMS students who have previously received a grade of an F in a required academic course.
Tuition is $50.00 per student. Tuition must be paid in full at the time of registration or the student will not be enrolled in the class. There will be no reimbursement of tuition after the Summer School session begins for students who enroll and then drop a class. Tuition assistance is available on a limited basis. Please talk to the principal concerning this matter.
Because the Summer School session is condensed, the attendance policy differs from
1. Students will lose credit on their second absence. No tuition refunded.
2. If a student is not in class at the starting time, he/she will be considered tardy. If a student is not in class after 10 minutes into the class he/she will be marked absent.
3. Being tardy three times is equal one absence. Because of long class periods, students may get a break near the middle of the class period. If a student comes back late from break, this will be considered a separate tardy/absence.
STUDENT CONDUCT AND DISCIPLINE
Because Summer School is an extension of the regular school year, the
PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT IN YOUR CHILD'S SUCCESS
If your child is having difficulty in an academic class, please work closely with your child's teachers to establish the strongest program of support for increased assistance. Proactive parents and teacher interventions such as POWER HOUR, can help benefit your student and prevent low academic grades. Your support with homework and academic activities at home will be a very important part of your child's progress and success.